In this blog post, experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson shares part two of his duck identification tips, including how to use habitat, sound, silhouette and color to identify your quarry.
In this blog, experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson shares part one of his duck identification tips, including the differences between dabblers and divers, plus flight details, size and shape.
Speck calls are notoriously challenging to use, requiring two hands to create significant back pressure and to throw the call forward. But all of that is about to change with the Tar Belly Slayer.
Waterfowl hunting requires its own recipe for success. It’s a critical combination of the right firearm or ’fowl gun, ammo and choke tube.
Gadwall ducks are often underestimated, taken as bonus ducks by waterfowl hunters. But there’s a lot to love and appreciate about the gray duck. Here’s what you need to know to hunt them effectively.
Take it from experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson: Duck hunters have a lot of stuff. If you’re new to the game and wondering what you need, check out this comprehensive list of gear and resources.
This tasty spin on the American classic features duck burger and red wine caramelized onions, pan-fried in a cast-iron skillet and topped with shaved Brussels sprouts, served on a fresh brioche bun.
Ever wonder what sets one type of duck call apart from another? Find out what makes each call unique, and take a peek beneath the surface with experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson.
The cutdown call is easily one of the most popular duck calls on the market. Get the inside scoop from two experienced waterfowl hunters, and find out what sets this call apart from the rest.
The new Slayer Cutdown 00 duck call is made from durable Delrin materials. Its raspy sound replicates duck vocalizations so realistically, it’s sure to set you apart this hunting season and beyond.